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The complex rhythms of boogie-woogie were originally meant for dancing. And this joyful jazz still has the power to get you on your feet.
The music business has had to evolve during the pandemic. The upside? Lots of creative, inspiring songs and at-home concerts.
In these complicated days, we could use a few moments of literary wisdom. “Calling the World” puts great poets right on your phone.